bovine leukemia virus


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bo·vine leu·ke·mi·a vi·rus (BLV),

a BLV-HTLV retrovirus in the family Retroviridae, commonly infecting cattle, especially dairy cows; in a small proportion of infected cattle, it will cause enzootic bovine leukosis.

bovine leukemia virus

see bovine viral leukosis.
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2015 Herd-level risk factors for infection with bovine leukemia virus in Canadian dairy herds.
Effects of bovine leukemia virus infection on production and reproduction in dairy cattle.
Epidemiological study of bovine leukemia virus in dairy cows in six herds in the municipality of Pasto, Narino.
Colostrum replacer and bovine leukemia virus seropositivity in calves.
Effect of pasteurization and heat treatment on bovine leukemia virus.
Identification of bovine leukemia virus (BLV) infected cattle by complex-trapping-blocking (CTB) ELISA employing monoclonal antibodies directed against BLVp24.
Expression of the bovine leukemia virus envelope glycoprotein (gp51) by recombinant baculovirus and its use in an enzyme-linked Immunoabsorbent assay.
Experimental transmission of Bovine leukemia virus in cattle via rectal palpation.
Bovine leukemia virus and enzootic bovine leukosis.
The Frederick group used a computer program to compare HTLV-III proteins with proteins from EIAV; from visna virus, a lentivirus that attacks sheep; and from two leukemia viruses, bovine leukemia virus (BLV) and HTLV-I.
Analysis of risk factors associated with bovine leukemia virus seropositivity ithin airy and beef breeding farms in Japan: A nationwide survey.

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